A group of adventurous soccer fans followed a long route to Russia for the World Cup tournament: they traveled 16,000 kilometers by bus from Durango, Mexico.
The bid to bring soccer’s World Cup back to North America in 2026 was hatched in a Vancouver restaurant, announced in a New York City skyscraper and scrutinized by FIFA inspectors inside Mexico City’s cavernous Azteca stadium.
The city of Puerto Vallarta will host the Visit Puerto Vallarta Cup 2017.
More than two and a half years, almost 800 matches and precisely 2,177 goals after the first round of qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup took place in Asia the identities of the 32 teams who will compete for football’s most prestigious trophy in Russia next summer is nearing completion.
Everything is set for the IV Bahía Cup 2018 in the Riviera Nayarit, which will take place this year from Wednesday, February 28th through March 4th with the participation of anywhere from 40 to 60 teams from 10 states in the Republic of Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta returns to the international beach soccer circuit in October when the Mexican city welcomes a new elite event to the global BSWW Tour in the form of the Visit Puerto Vallarta Cup 2017.